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  • At The Limit – Saving Forest Elephants

    “STOP RIGHT THERE!”

    Came the warning just as I was leaving the research building. Eric, peering out of an adjacent doorway whispered “He’s right around the corner next to you.”

    ‘He’ was…

  • Ana’s Field Notes from Dzanga Bai

    Ana Verahrami, a Research Assistant with our Elephant Listening Project, recently embarked on a field trip to study forest elephants in Central African Republic (CAR). 

    Camp life is going great! The remoteness…

  • An Unexpected Party

    Here are a few highlights from the reflections shared by Chris’s colleagues:

    “Chris’s early scientific papers helped define the concept of quantitative bioacoustics. … Many scientists and engineers can trace their…

  • Listening to Fish in Florida Bay: Understanding impacts of Freshwater Runoff on Estuarine Fish Behavior

    As freshwater drains south through Florida from Lake Okeechobee into the Gulf of Mexico, it travels through the Everglades and Florida Bay at the southern tip of Florida. This freshwater…

  • Studying a cryptic marine mammal species by eDNA

    In the words of The Who, I am reminded of a catchy tune: “Who are you? Who, who, who, who?” As we search for the identity of a mysterious beaked…